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Security roundup: Stealing from the military; persistent threats; mammoth security problems; bot armies

Sometimes the difference between selfless valor and selfish cowardice is stark. On the same week that 21-year-old Marine Sgt. Dakota Meyer is awarded the Medal of Honor for heroism in saving his compatriots in Afghanistan, we hear that Rene Quimby, 42, is sentenced to prison for stealing 16,000 identities of U.S. military service members and using that information to steal from 650 victims.

Ellen Messmer | 17 Sep | Read more

Network trust and security in doubt

The decommissioning of the public switched telephone network (PSTN) across Australia over the next few years could accelerate the deterioration of one of communication technology’s most valuable assets: Trust.

Tim Lohman | 13 Sep | Read more

Yet another free pass for Aussie spooks

Something doesn't add up. ASIO is doing pretty well. So are our police. Australians sleep safer in their beds than ever before. Yet the government is rushing to pass new laws to "protect" us so fast they're even forgetting the widgets that make them work.

Stilgherrian | 15 Sep | Read more

U.S. needs to be on-guard for a big cyber-attack

A destructive attack from cyberspace "is coming, in my opinion. It is a question of time. What we don't know is how far out it is," and whether it will target commercial infrastructure, government networks or mobile platforms Army Gen. <a href="">Keith Alexander</a> told attendees of the "<a href="">Maneuvering in Cyberspace</a>" symposium this week.

Michael Cooney | 15 Sep | Read more

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